Personalized ISU license plate ideas

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k123

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I vote for the ISU special plates without personalization (...ISU#### or something like that). Keep the colors, skip the repeated "1luvCy" or something hard to decipher. But maybe I am just a lame-o :)
 

VeloClone

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I vote for the ISU special plates without personalization (...ISU#### or something like that). Keep the colors, skip the repeated "1luvCy" or something hard to decipher. But maybe I am just a lame-o :)
That's essentially what I put above. The only problem is ISU gets half as much money with the generic ISU plate as the personalized ISU plate.
 
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k123

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That's essentially what I put above. The only problem is ISU gets half as much money with the generic ISU plate as the personalized ISU plate.
...I suppose then the vehicle owner can write a check to ISU for the difference if they feel guilty about that.
 

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It's actually pretty cool that you can get other school logos on TX plates.

I think ISUCyclones2015 helped make that happen. Probably others too, but I remember him recruiting others to get enough for Texas to do it.